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Great Suspenseful New Series!I loved it! There was just enough science fiction and real science to make the plot believable, and the ensemble of excellent actors worked great with each other. I could hardly wait from week to week to find out what was going to happen next! "Zoo" is quite different from anything else that has been on, or is currently on, and I'm sure that this is part of its success, as well as excellent direction, excellent acting, and the writing. I can't wait for Season 2!5For animal-loversLove these stories about the Bronx Zoo. The.people who inhabit the zoo, love their animals. Can watch the season over and over.5"Zoo" is exciting and well worth watchingWhat if...Always an intriguing way to start a story and, in "Zoo," it's even more so because it involves a revolt against humanity by the animal kingdom.Based on a James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge novel, "Zoo" features a small band of experts trying to understand what seem to be accelerated mutations in animals - including birds and reptiles. This mutation is giving the animals some really interesting powers: Lions that can communicate over long distances, for example, and bears that are developing exoskeletons akin to body armor.The experts are also pitted against a giant multinational corporation that may have caused the problem by contaminating pesticides and food products with unsafe chemicals. There is a nice twist in the narrative regarding the corporation.The experts, meanwhile, are a quirky bunch: A cynical veterinary pathologist (played brilliantly by Billy Burke), a safari guide with a dark past, a journalist with a grudge against the multinational, an animal behaviorist (who is the son of a disgraced scientist), and a French intelligence services agent who runs the team. Throughout this first season they have been searching for a way to reverse - or at least slow down - the mutations while encountering problems along the way from the multinational, the FBI, skeptical scientists, African bandits, and the animals themselves.The special effects are top grade and the scripts, while a little preachy in some instances, hold together well. The narrative wanders now and then, but not so much that it loses viewers, and the direction is sure-handed. Character development is handled well: The back stories of the experts are handled with dialogue that is nicely worked into the team's adventures, for example. The first season ends with a cliff hanger - something that has become an all-too-common staple of network television in my opinion. No plot spoilers here but I will say that the first season's ending episode was pretty predictable. That aside, there is plenty of action in each episode and some nice turns by the cast, which made watching the series enjoyable.All things considered, I give it 4.5 stars.4wowAN EXCELLENT SERIES WHICH I VIEWED ON PRIME. WISH AMAZON WOULD OFFER IT FOR SALE. THE PREMISE ISA LITTLE FAR-FETCHED, BUT THIS IS A FICTION FILM5Zoo Season 1 The beginningJames Patterson is an excellent writer and I wanted to watch the series based on his book. The television series was excellent so I bought all 3 seasons as a Christmas gift to myself.5Worth WatchingAlthough the premise is preposterous, the writers and director(s) make the most of what they have. The scripts are well written and the acting is good enough.This is an archetypal story about a group of people brought together by circumstances who set out on a quest perilous. They seek to find out what is making the animals act so strangely and violently 'and to stop it'.They have a shared agenda but, each also has his/her own private agenda.It has proved to be a very watchable show.4This is our family's new favorite show to watch togetherThis is our family's new favorite show to watch together. Getting to see what goes on behind the scenes with the animals and their care is really fascinating. We definitely plan to visit the zoo when we travel to New York next year! My teenage daughter is interested in working with animals and this show has helped her to see various career options to consider.5This is a great series for people who want to know what goes ...This is a great series for people who want to know what goes on behind the scenes in a zoo. Fascinating.5Zoo...animals out to get humans...Oh my! What can I say about this series? I LOVE it. I love animals. Cats of all types are my favorite. I bought the book to see what the differences were and the series is MUCH better. The characters are much more likable. Personally, I think the special effects are good, excellent for a series. The dog who detects seizures being given an antiinflammatory drug made by Raedon chemicals? Be still my heart.... Birds attacking? We are DOOMED!5Love it!I love this show! I loves the behind the scenes look at everything. You can't help but care about the people and the animals. Good for the whole family. Educational and entertaining.5
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